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Susan Roberts - Spruce Grove, Alberta, Canada

MEd. (University of Cincinnati, OH), BSc. (Acadia, NS), RD (NS). 

Susan is the creative owner and 'driver' behind CBR and the Community Capacity Building and Asset Mapping© model. Susan's Asset-Based Community Building approach is the 'backbone" of her  work nationally and provincially as a facilitator, project leader and manager, community coach, adult educator and speaker.  Susan is a sustainable food systems advocate and was one of two Alberta Animators for the pan Canadian Peoples’ Food Policy Project.  She is a past Steering Committee member of Food Secure Canada, and a Board member with Just Food Edmonton. Susan is a coach and advisor with an exciting new rural initiative titled S.E.L.R.S. (Sustainable Equitable Local Regenerative Systems for food), an initiative of Growing Food Security in Alberta (GFSA), CBR and the Dietitians of Canada. Susan is an active member of the Community Development Society, the AB CED network, and Dietitians of Canada and a proud Edmonton Oilers Copper Jacket.  She is a keener and always gets people energized and ready to get at it!  

 

CBR Welcomes Rene Michalak - Red Deer, Alberta, Canada

BComm. (Haskayne School of Business), MSLS (Red Deer).

 

As the Coordinator for ReThink Red Deer, Rene has helped bring resilient community planning to the forefront of public dialogue in Central Alberta. He is a Marketing graduate of the Haskayne School of Business (UofC) and Red Deer's Leadership Centre, and in 2011 completed a 5-year self-directed Masters in Strategic Leadership towards Sustainability. A certified Transition Towns trainer and aspiring permaculture designer, he is the founder of the Centre for Urban Agriculture in Alberta and passionate about sharing urban permaculture practices to build community and connect people with the source of their food. Rene is also the past Lead Coordinator for the Pathways 2 Sustainability conference which is an opportunity to build community resilience between a community of researchers, practitioners, stakeholders, and policy makers, through a variety of knowledge-sharing and network-development initiatives.



Angie Dedrick, a CBR associate, has now moved on to the St Alberta FCSS and Neighbourhood Community Developer.  CBR wishes Angie all the best and thanks her for all amazing contribution over last 15 years.  Gone but not forgotten!

 

 

 

 

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